I stumbled across two fabulous movies on Foxtel this weekend, both of which I'd read rave reviews about but hadn't found time to see. Can't imagine why.....They were, Horrible Bosses starring Kevin Spacey, Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell et al and The Change Up starring Jason Bateman, Ryan Reynolds and Leslie Mann.
Both fantastically funny and deliciously rude, and I now have a mad crush on Jason Bateman (Ryan Reynolds is a given!). But the point of all this is that the house that features in The Change Up is pure heaven. I know we all rave about the "Something's Gotta Give", "The Holiday" and "It's Complicated" houses, but you must check this one out too.
The production designer is Barry Robison and set decorator is Debra Schutt. The movie is set in Atlanta although the interior of the house is a set. The house is filled with beautiful classic design and decor, including fabrics/bedding from John Robshaw, Colefax & Fowler, Osborne & Little, rugs by Dash & Albert, paints colours from Benjamin Moore, bathrooms and kitchen details from Waterworks and Restoration Hardware. What more can I say.
|Real house exterior in Atlanta|
|Love the black door and wainscoting|
|Staircase features a Dash & Albert runner|
|Walls painted Benjamin Moore Linen White|
|Real Vermont granite benchops|
|Splashback tiles from Waterworks|
|Love the matchstick blinds|
|Gorgeous banquette seating, overhead pendant and chairs|
|Furniture for the house was bought at Bungalow Classic in Atlanta|
|Love that there is kids' paraphernalia everywhere but it still looks stylish|
|Lovely china collection and those 3 armed scones|
|Those tufted dining room chairs are just what I'm after for ours|
|Bathroom scones and tiles from Waterworks, mirror from Restoration Hardware|
|Love the perfectly matching blue towels and the glass fronted cabinet|
|Bedding by John Robshaw|
|Love the tufted bedhead with those gorgeous bedside lamps|
|Beautiful arched window with that beautiful curtain fabric|
|John Robshaw cushion fabric|
It did take about 4 hours to watch this movie because I kept pausing on every room to examine in closer detail. So prepare yourself for a long sitting.
If you'd like to read more about the house in detail, check out this post from Cote de Texas blog, which goes into great detail here.